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  FOX    News at 5pm  

    February 27, 2014
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freeway. we saw the chp on scene talking with the people trying to figure out what happened here. we are waiting to find out what happened out here as well. once we do we will bring you more updates. >> have you heard about any possible injuries and how long this might take this search for the potential evidence? >> reporter: snow word on long it might take at this point. it could take a half hour to walk up and down the section of freeway you see there. looking for evidence. no reports of injuries that i have heard at this point. we don't see an ambulance on scene. that is a good indication that there is nobody injured in the incident but again you see that -- you see that suv there with the hood up. chp taking this very, very seriously. >> just to recap. interstate 580. westbound lanes, completely shut down right now because of
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a possible freeway shooting. authorities are working on the freeway looking for potential evidence. we are working to get more information and as we get more details we will bring them to you. questionable conduct by san francisco police officers. the surveillance video captures san francisco police officers raiding hotel rooms looking for drugs but now it is the police who are accused of using their power to threaten and steal. today 5 officers and one former officers were admitted. hello. i am gasia mikalian. >> and i am frank somerville. >> all six are facing charges and possibly years in prison and millions of dollars in fines. ktvu's david stevenson broke the story this morning and has been following the investigation. david is here now with what he learned. >> reporter: this federal investigation is stretched out for three years and today we were the first to learn of the
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specific charges and the specific officers involved. >> reporter: ktvu brock the news of the -- broke the news of the indictments of san francisco police officers on charges of civil rights violations and corruption. >> this is a serious matter of misconduct as i can recall in my time in the immediate. >> reporter: officer arshad razzak, officer richard yick and officer raul eric elias, sergeant ian furminger, officer edmond robles and complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis are charge -- and officer vargas are charged. charges range from extortion to theft to drug description. >> public corruption work is important to the fbi. >> reporter: the investigation began in 2011 after he brought the tapes to light. >> they were going into the
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rooms without warnants. they were stealing -- warrants. they were stealing items and there was no accountability. >> the head of the police officers association acknowledged the severity of the charges but said it is based on the testimony of unreliable witnesses. he said the department is shaken. >> this was our worse fear. i don't know that it gets any worse than this. >> reporter: the five officers this morning were tripped of guns, suspended without pay and due in court tomorrow. at 6:00 p.m. what we learned about their backgrounds and what one told us about drug use in a community. david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. today san francisco mayor ed lee called the officers a blemish and said they would be held accountable and the police department will rebound. >> the chief and the police commission will make sure that
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our police department as a whole learns from this. understands its role and is a better department as a result of it. >> and you heard the strong words from the police chief. on www.ktvu.com we posted the reaction to the indictments from the chief so you can see his comments. we are on storm watch tonight as rain and wind are ramping up at this hour. >> we have team coverage. john fowler and bill martin. >> storm number two moving into the evening hours. the system gets ready to come on shore. a storm alert for tonight through friday. rain returns and the morning commute will be the heaviest. strong winds with this one. the winds will be stronger. we will see less rain. look at the system. an idea of what we are dealing with. this is bigger than the state
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of california. check it out. 1200 miles across. and it is easy 500 miles this way. this system is going a impact greatly southern california. we will get rain and wind but they could see tornadoes, it will be a storm of the last 15 or 20 years in southern california. we turn on the radar, after last night's rainfall, 2 inches in some place. radars are dry. as we move into the late evening, the wind comes up, the rain comes up and friday morning commute will be a mess. i will have a time line in a couple minutes. >> now we head to the north bay, the wind and rain knocked over trees and they are worried this storm could do more damage. ktvu's john fowler is here now. john? looks like we are having difficulty with our signal. the wind hasn't picked up just
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yet. so -- there is john. >> reporter: crews this afternoon took a damaged limb off this tree, it broke in yesterday's storm, threatening a home. this is a neighborhood known as hurricane gulch, often hit hard by storms. >> wind, rib, more about issues with -- rain, more about issues with the house and not the tree. >> reporter: he says trees stressed by drought weakened by yesterday's storm are now extra vulnerable. especially ever greens. >> the limbs will snap in the wind and we are expecting a lot of wind. >> reporter: a fallen tree blocked one road and crews removed several other trees. pg&e said some power outages lingered into this afternoon. emergency officials said there is a risk of flooding with the
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heavy rain. today's weather break helped officials prepare. >> the department is clearing culverts and creeks. making sure everything is flowing. >> emergency services told me there is a new system on the web at alert marine.org. he is encouraging people to sign up tonight to get warnings of flooding, street closures or outages. come back live. on hawk hill. this is a unique view of the san francisco bay. our storm is coming from that direction. you can see the san francisco headlands and you can see the mists of ocean beach. right now the concern all along the coastal hills is for those damaged trees already weakened by the drought and yesterday's storm. reporting live, john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. scientists checked on the
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snow pack today, that is a indicator on how much drinking water we will have. results coming up. coast card rescued three teens today who tumbled attachinga beach. it was reported -- at cleana beach. it was reported this afternoon -- china beach. it was reported this afternoon. two male victims were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. they were in an area that was not accessible by trails. court sided with a school district involving a case where students were wearing american flag t-shirts on may 5. they ordered the kids to turn the t- shirts inside out. the school had a history of problems on that day and the court said administrators had the authority to limit civil
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rights to ensure safety. one of the men who pleaded guilty to beating san francisco giants fan bryan stow is now being held on federal gun chargeles. marvin norwood was sentenced to four years in prison for beating bryan stow. with credit for time serve we could have been freed soon however the judge called him a danger osociety and -- to society and ordered him without bail on the federal weapons charges. a rash of burglaries in a neighborhood in alameda and police say there is a pattern in how they are operating. >> cristina rendon is in alameda with the warning from police. >> reporter: police are telling people to not let their guard done. a lot of break ins here because people are making it easy for the thieves to strike. >> reporter: a rash of crime is spreading across alameda. look at this burglar caught on camera saturday. police say he got in through an
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open gate and left through the front door. every day since there has been a string of break ins on the east side. she just moved to the bay area and had her car stolen. >> thought it was make mayberry -- like mayberry. not as safe as you think is. >> she says there has been a lot of crime. >> this morning i was talking to a person from security company. >> reporter: police say most crimes are happening at night but thieves targeting homes or cars with unlocked doors. >> they will try the door handle and a crime of opportunity. >> reporter: they are asking people to lock up and be on the look out. he left her keys in a unlocked car. >> lesson to lock your doors. never as safe as you think it is. >> reporter: even though they
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are known for a quiet and safe area, they had 17 burglars since the start of the year. cristina rendon, ktvu channel 2 news. back now to breaking news we brought you at the beginning of the newscast, news chopper 2 will show us the traffic back up that is happening along one of the busiest freeways. a massive traffic back up on interstate 5 ate westbound as you are coming -- 580 westbound as you are coming up on 238. try find another way to go but 580 is the main artery into the heart of the bay area. news chopper 2 showing us multiple lanes of traffic backed up because chp officers closed it looking for evidence related to evidence of a freeway shooting. we are staying on top of this,
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we will have more come you coming up here on ktvu. shopping experience, it is about to change, how the fda is taking what is there and making it bigger. >> the storm last night gave the bay area a beating, bringing trees down and coming up, we will have live team coverage from the most vulnerable areas. >> next an airplane cabin fills with smoke, what was to plane for this scare at a bay area airport. [son] she has no idea.
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kinda. [ male announcer ] and we think that's the best prize of all. ♪ more breaking news happening in the east bay. back to the police investigation that shut down westbound 580 as you coming up on 238. news chopper 2 is giving us a live look at three investigators from the chp walking on the freeway looking for evidence related to a possible freeway shooting that was reported one hour ago. now the roadway here is clear and that is because officers have shut off traffic at 580 as you are coming up on 238. there is a major traffic back up because of the investigation. that vehicle in the middle of the screen is the one they are focusing on. it appeared the window was shot
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out. police will only tell us they are investigating reports of a reported freeway shooting. you can see no one there on 580. a imaginer back up -- a major back up. investigators tell us this situation will not change. roadwaystiate be shut down for another -- roadways should be shut down for another 20 minutes. drivers heading on to 580, it is safe to say the chp is saying 580, there we go, middle of your screen, one police car across the line, that is shutting off 580 traffic westbound across the 238 area. situation is not expected to change. we will let you know what it does. sky west believes it was a dirty air conditioning unit to plane for tense moments to
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oakland international airport today. >> go. we cannot breathe. go. >> this is video from inside the plane as passengers were told to leave their things and evacuate. the plane filled with smoke but ended up landing safely. due to the emergency conditions the plane dropped down stairs rather than using the gates so all passengers and crew could get out quickly. no one was hurt. the plane was fixed and back flying today. crews cleaned up a fuel spilled by a crashed tanker truck and will be back at it tomorrow morning. south boun 101 was shut -- bound 101 was shut down all morning. they put out boom trying to control it. ktvu's john sasaki is south of morgan hill, there is still a lot of work to be done here. >> reporter: it happened 16 hours ago and still the mess is days away from being cleaned up. we are across the freeway. here this small water way has
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been a big concern. >> reporter: it was a violent crash at 1:00 this morning. >> that tanker would have exploded the whole neighborhood would have woke up. >> reporter: this car slammed into the big rig causing it to over turn. gasoline then spilled out. >> because of the rain, there is no wear to stop it from here to the ocean. we are behind on that. >> reporter: a clean up crew rushed to the scene to collect the gas and gas soaked soil. >> working down here to see if any gas came across the culvert underneath the freeway. >> reporter: it reached the creek that leads to the river and then to the ocean. there is a boom to catch residual fuel. we are half a mile from the crash site but we are still getting a steady odor of gas coming from had it drain. the water district told me they
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have seen no problems and fish and game officials said they saw no wildlife with no ill effects. >> we did the best we could to plug it up before more would have got into the water system. the chp told me the driver admitted to driving 80 miles per hour in a heavy rain, that caused the accident so he will be sited. caltrans will pay for the clean up and could go after the driver's insurance company. john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news. a storm watch continues here and winds are beginning to pick up. a live look here at a flag that is right there at the water in san francisco. it has been blowing gently as we have been watching this picture. let's bring in our chief meteorologist bill martin. i think you are telling us that situation will change? >> yeah. winds will wake you up tonight. rain is coming back in and we are in for more weather.
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break today. morning commute wet. afternoon commute not so. nice afternoon commute. rainfall totals. that is good stuff. that is what you want in february storms. couple inches. this weather system is significant. it is big. big system. as it moves across the bay area and into southern california it will generate strong winds. it should kick up about 1:00 a.m., 2:00 a.m. in the morning. here we are. move through time. the wind field. reds are heavy winds. 2:00 a.m. we are looking at wind gusts san francisco airport 43 miles per hour. 42 santa rosa, half moon bay. into the afternoon commute the winds -- morning commute, the winds back off. 1:00 a.m., 2:00 a.m., 3:00 a.m., winds get going. the time line tomorrow, heaviest rains in the early morning commute. 3:00 a.m., 4:00 a.m., 5:00 a.m. early morning commute. nasty. it backs off. less rain into 11:00 a.m.
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and 2:00 p.m. hour, light and dry conditions. that early morning, 4:00 a.m., to 8:00 a.m. is the heaviest rain. the most wind. rainfall accumulations could go from a couple inches to 3 inches in the mountains and hills. rest of us 3/4 inch to inch and a half. good storm. this will be remembered for the wind. storm number two it is big, big, big. getting rain, great. southern california will see one of the biggest storms they have seen. tornado concerns. severe thunderstorms. we are on the north end of it, which is unusual. we are getting rain. here we go. 1:00 a.m. the rain starts, wind. showers continue into 8:00 hour and scattered showers at 1:00 p.m. and afternoon commute goes off without a hitch. the five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view nasty
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morning commute. break on saturday. maybe wrap around moisture saturday. might see scattered showers. and sunday is your best day on the weekend with sprinkles for monday. exactly what we need this weather system. los angeles, it will be interesting to see what happens tomorrow. they will get 5, 6-inches. >> thank you. here at home staying on top of breaking news. a bad commute. news chopper 2 is giving us a live look, traffic is shut down on 580 at 238 because police are on 580 walking the roadway investigating a reported shooting after 4:00 p.m. today. traffic is very slow. we are staying on top of this and will bring you updates as the situation changes. safeway presents real big deals of the week.
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>>a family will be receiving an award.
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the award honors an individual or family who fute protect the dignity of loved ones. she was released to her mother in january and remains in a undisclosed location. doctors declared her brain damage following a tonsillectomy. governor jerry brown filed for reelection today. he broke the announcement on twitter. he tweeted out taking out papers to run for reelection. they released a statement touting his successes and laying out priorities like reducing climate change, building renewable energy sources. you can weigh in on his decision and we have been getting a huge response on facebook and read governor jerry brown's letter on www.ktvu.com. getting ready for round two the bay area is preparing for another storm. the dangerous combination this
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round brings with it. >> the latest in pg&e's gas inspection technology and the number of miles still left to go. >> it appears big changes could be coming to the grocery aisle. the over haul being prosed to nutrition labels and how it will help people make healthier choices. >> breaking news. a live picture. westbound 580 near 238 is shut down because of an investigation into a shooting. traffic very slow. we will stay on this situation, more throughout this newscast. we love this kitchen! what's next? great! do you have measurements? yeah, i paced it off. it's about twenty by twelve of these. so, we can measure, plan and install it for you. yea, let's do that! ikea. professional kitchen services at a low price.
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we had to take just a little bit for the kitchen. because your kitchen dreams can be big. ikea has it all. ktvu channel 2 news starts right now with breaking news. that breaking news is out of the east bay where there is a massive traffic back up because of what you see here. the california highway patrol investigating reports of a freeway shooting and as a result they have closed down westbound interstate 580 just past the 238 interchange near castro valley. ktvu's christien kafton is live at the scene. tell us, you were pushed back from the scene because of the investigation. >> reporter: yeah. that is right. we were pushed back. they were telling us the off
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ramp here at 164 avenue is a crime scene at this time. a couple moments ago we saw chp driving the wrong way, unfolding right here on the other side of the trees. you can see the whole incident happening right now on 580. zero traffic westbound as chp is doing a evidence search, looking for shell casings. in the last 20 minutes i got a chance to speak with the driver of the black suv. i got a chance to see the bullet holes. we talked with the driver. he says had suspects were driving erratically, weaving in and out of traffic, speeding up and slowing down. he passed that vehicle and that they pulled up on the left side of the suv, he says that seemed suspicious. he said something seemed odd so once that happened the suspects
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pulled out a gun, opened fire. i saw at least two bullet holes in the suv. one in the hoot, one through the windshield. it seems everyone was all right. the driver ducked. the driver was caravaning with his family and other vehicle so they pulled off to the right side. there you see the vehicles where they stopped. at this point in time chp conducting that evidence search and investigation here. we will continue a monitor the situation. we hope to have the interview coming up in a half hour so you could hear from the driver for yourself in his own words. live, christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. >> is there any indication how long it investigation will take and how long till they reopen the freeway because the backup is massive? >> reporter: at this point i don't know exactly how long the investigation will take. the chp officers were not able to tell me. we saw a number of chp officers
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walking side by side down on 580 looking for evidence, at this point no word on how long that will take. i am sure this is a terrible traffic nightmare out there for commuters. >> just quickly, it is not as though chp is warning about an active shooter situation. at this point they are investigating reports of a shooting. >> reporter: at this point it seems they are taking it very seriously. when we were near the black suv i saw the bullet holes. they are treating this scene as a crime scene so they pushed us back to preserve evidence that might be on 5 ate or the -- 580 or the exit. >> we will hear that interview later on. thank you. back now to our weather. the next storm is on the way and it comes a few hours after the bay area was pelted with rain. >> as we saw yesterday trees
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are toppling around the bay area. >> wind and rain was enough to bring down several trees. crews were busy clearing up the debris. they tried to take advantage of the break from the rain to clean up ahead of tomorrow's storm. we have team coverage tonight. ktvu's paul chambers is live in martinez where they are going to be very busy tonight. >> people here are preparing for the potential storm. they even have sand at the ready so people can make their own bags to prevent flooding in their home. safe to say tomorrow morning a lot of tree service companies will be very busy. >> during this time period clients are preparing preparing for hazardous trees. leaning trees. >> we folled experts out to two -- followed experts out to two
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job sites. workers trimmed weakened limbs. high winds with the wet soil from the storms, tomorrow morning there could be a lot of trees on the ground. >> all the water on the soil, a lot of the roots are saturated. if we get high winds there will be a lot of limb failures and trees toppling over. >> reporter: they are putting a crew on stand by because he will be very busy and if you can get your trees taken care of early it will save you money. live, pall k,. >> david: -- paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. >> tonight the result of the snow state latest snow pack survey. the good news and the bad news for california. track the storm at www.ktvu.com. we have radar there covering all of the bay area, available anytime. new at 5:00 p.m. thousands of miles of natural gas pipeline being tested for
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safety. the smart pig is pg&e's latest inspection tool. ktvu's tom vacar was there today as pg&e showed us the work that is being done underground. >> reporter: it is the ultimate pig, it travels through natural gas pipelines looking for and recording the location of corrosion, dents, cracks and other signs of defects or wear and tear. this one meant for the biggest and most dangerous gas transmission pipelines can expand or contract. >> the line is 36 inches. in the past we didn't have smart pigs. >> reporter: pg&e has and continues to install more and more of these smart pig portles and even if the diameter changes the smart pig can handle that. since the san bruno san bruno
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disaster -- san bruno disaster, tested 538-miles of lines by filling them up with water and pressuring them over their maximum pressures and it replaced 100-miles of pipelines. with 5,000 miles to go pg&e says those are in areas away from cities, towns, neighborhoods and industrial areas. maintenance inside the pipelines will be accomplished by a mop up pig. >> that will clean out debris, water in the line to get a smooth run with our pig and keep it clean and in good condition. >> an investment that should see no more san brunos. tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. a big bold change is coming to the grocery aisle. how the fda is changing your shopping experience in hopes you will become healthier. >> we continue a cover breaking
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news, you see westbound 580 is closed to all traffic just after the 238 split. chp investigators are looking into reports of a freeway shooting the. shooting there.
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♪ turn around ♪ every now and then i get a little bit hungry ♪ ♪ and there's nothing really good around ♪ ♪ turn around ♪ every now and then i get a little bit tired ♪ ♪ of living off the taste of the air ♪ ♪ turn around, barry ♪ finally, i have a manly chocolatey snack ♪ ♪ and fiber so my wife won't give me any more flack ♪ ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪ ♪
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we continue to follow breaking news in the east bay. a major traffic back up on westbound 580 after the 238 split. this is why. news chopper 2 showing us investigators walking on the road as they investigate reports of a freeway shooting. traffic is slow out of the trivalley area. westbound 580 not the commute direction for the evening commute but things are very bad for anybody getting on 580 westbound. at this point we do not know when 580 will be reopened.
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half hour ago the chp said it should reopen in a half hour but you can see from this live picture that is not the case. still shut down. we are staying on top of this and when things change we will bring you that information. driving crossing the golden gate bridge could be paying $8 in tolls. they voted to increase tolls beginning april 7 followed by another dollar increase spread over two years. that means by 2018 fast track would be $7 and the pay by plate would be $8. the board is scheduled to vote tomorrow. the results are in from the california snow pack survey. >> the march snow survey today, there is snow on the ground and the numbers are up. that is the good news. the bad, we have a long way to go. >> after the break, i am tracking storm number two, it
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has a lot of wind, more wind than last night and thunderstorms. more details after the break.
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more now on the breaking news. 580, what you are looking at, the lanes just reopened. they have been closed for more than 45 minutes because of a shooting. if you look to the top left of your screen, the area closed, that is an suv there. that was the truck that was involved in the shooting. christien kafton is on the scene, he talked to the driver of the truck. the driver said he saw someone driving erratically, a person fired shots. he asked the driver what did you do, the driver said i ducked. he saw two bullet holes inside the truck. the breaking news, the freeway just reopened. there has been a massive back up as a result of the freeway
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being closed. it caused a huge tie up and it will take time for that traffic jam to alleviate. the good news, traffic is rolling. we are still working to get more information on the story and we will have it during the 6:00 p.m. broadcast. now to the snow pack in the sierra. our source for drinking water. more bad news, the snow level is far below normal and it is unlikely we will be able to make up the losses. today's reading shows snow is at 15% of normal. in the central sierra, 32% of normal. and in the southern sierra 24% of average. ktvu's ken pritchett was at the test location and has more on the numbers. >> number 7 coming up. the first good sign of the snow
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survey is there is snow survey. >> better than last month. >> reporter: he is checking the depth and water content at this test location. >> 81. >> the improvement is due largely to early february storms. >> problem is we are still way, way below average. >> reporter: today the snow pack at this site measured 33% of the long term average. at the beginning of the month it was 8%. the january snow survey was 20% of average. what they are interested in is the water content of the snow pack. which at this spot holds 8 inches of water. >> we should have 3 times that. >> reporter: it is hardly statistic but one way to gauge scientific but one way to gauge
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is with shoes. >> reporter: april will be the final snow survey. we will know what run off to expect into rivers like the american which is very low. he can tell you that. >> not good at all. it is probably a good 10, 20 feet lower than it should be. >> reporter: what the rivers will look like depends on what snowstorms we get next month. 20 inches of snow -- >> you will be low average. >> reporter: ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. here in the bay area we are on storm watch. strong winds move in ahead of another round of rain. san francisco near the bay, the flag shows more activity, not whipping around but being blown. our chief meteorologist bill martin is telling us as we brace for a second storm the whole picture will change
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within hours. >> the flag was blowing westerly, the winds blow from the south and that flag will be whipping. we could see wind gusts 50 miles per hour along the coast and hills. rain starts tonight after midnight and then we have a chance of thunderstorms as well. a wind advisory in effect as well for areas around the bay. especially along the coast. big system. main impact is southern california. we are going to see the northern end of the system go through. it is unusual we get in that storm. usually we are in the main dynamics. southern california is going to end up in the crux of the main rain and wind and the thunderstorms. we will get ours. 2:00 a.m., heavy rain. this will make you up, right? the winds will be going too. strongest winds. 5:00 a.m., 6:00 a.m., the roads are wet. morning commute will be bad.
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just know that. one of those commutes. 8:00 a.m. breaking up. the early morning commute, between 4:00 a.m., 5:00 a.m., 6:00 a.m. to the mountains, you will have chains required. storm number two, storm number one yesterday. and here is the system as it moves. it works its way south. the main dynamics will be here. we are on the north end. doesn't happen that much. we are going to see 1, 2, 3 inches of rain from the storm. southern california, 5 inches of rain. they could see major severe thunderstorm and tornadoes potential in that area. small tornadoes. that will be a big story tomorrow. watch. 60 degrees in santa rosa. our story is had morning commute. highs for tomorrow. the winds are what you will
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notice. real windy. wind advisory along the coast. windy conditions impacts on the commutes tomorrow with the heavy rain. breaks off saturday. scattered showers saturday morning. saturday afternoon, sunday best days on the weekend. scattered showers monday. this is what february is supposed to look like. it is coming late but at least it is coming. >> as long as we get something. thank you. new labels are bringing new reaction. >> clearer. 230-calories. boom, boom, boom. >> the changes supposed to the food you eat and why the federal government said it will help you translate what you put in your body.
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um... where's my room? we had to take just a little bit for the kitchen. because your kitchen dreams can be big. ikea has it all. mayor ed lee announced a gift today from google to make the city more affordable. >> they want to be the financial responsers of our youth -- sponsors of our youth muni challenges and provide the free muni for youth program as two year commitment. >> the program provides monthly passes for 31,000 low income children from 5 to 17 years of age. mayor ed lee said google executives requested more information about the city's affordable agenda. google offered to help install
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wifine in the -- wifi in the parks. nutrition labels are about to become easier to read. first lady michelle obama unveiled a new guideline. >> our guiding principal here is simple. that you as a parent and a consumer should be able to walk into a store, pick an item up and tell whether it is good for your fam male. >> experts say -- family. experts say it will reduce confusion about what qualifies as healthy food. this would be the first change in 20 years. we want to show you what the current labels look like. they break down calories from fat, that would go away. the current labels also only list vitamins a and c. that will go away. take a look at the new label here. it focuses on total calories in each serving. calories would be in big bold
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type. companies will also have to include how much added sugar is in the product. on average americans get 16% of their daily calories from sugar that is added during production. >> mike mibach talked to bay area shoppers and also a dietician about whether these proposed changes would make a difference. >> reporter: farmer joe's market place. filled with healthy food and friendly service. some grab, some take their time. looking at nutrition labels and it is this label the fda wants to push away and slide in a new one highlighting calorie count, servings and new labels include added sugars. the fda is opening up a new door. it hasn't changed in 20 years. is it going to work? let's find out. we will take it out and ask the
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consumers. >> 230-calories. boom, boom, boom. right in my face. >> i like the idea it gives you the amount per cup. >> now it is required. >> she a dietician catching her eye, food labels having to spell out how serving sizes are measured. ice cream. >> classically the serving size has been half a cup. they changed it to say one cup. is it okay to eat one cup? i don't know. but the calories will be different. >> reporter: what product would you buy? he picked the old label. >> distraction. >> reporter: new labels. coming soon. to a store near you. mike mibach, ktvu channel 2
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news. now at 6:00 p.m. news chopper 2 is over interstate 580 with the westbound lanes were just reopened after a shooting there. >> sounds like something out of a movie, using the camera on your computer to take pictures of you, but it is true, the loophole that allowed it. >> now sphraen district attorney says a -- san francisco district attorney says a simple change could be the difference in how police officer fight crime and who ends up behind bars. ktvu channel 2 news starts right now with breaking news. westbound 580 just reopened 15 minutes ago. the freeway was shut down for an hour creating a massive traffic back up during the
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evening commute. julie haener is here now for what we are working on for 6:00 p.m. >> the chp -- i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. officers were looking for bullet casing. ktvu's christien kafton is live with what we know so far. you talked to the driver of the car that was shot out. >> reporter: i had a chance to speak with the driver. let's show you the development. you can see traffic moving now on 580. a major change from 15 minutes ago where as you said traffic has been shut down for an hour. up from chopper 2 you can see the traffic is now moving through the area. right past the 164 avenue exit. got a chance to see the bullet holes. there was a woman and 2 children were caravaning. at this time everyone is okay. just shaken up. the

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